Deadly Disease
In Liberia, Concealing Ebola Victims Is a Crime
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  • Corlyss

    Great! I bet they have a ban on civilian gun ownership too . . .

    • B-Sabre

      http://www.gunpolicy.org/firearms/region/liberia
      It’s classed as “restrictive” of gun ownership, and apparently purchase of firearms by civilians is prohibited…but I have a hard time seeing how that is connected to the problem of containing an Ebola outbreak….

      • Corlyss

        Both are pointless “feel-good” legislation unconnected with the real world. Fact is, most failed nations have highly restrictive gun laws at the same time as AK-47s belong to every adult male in country.

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